r/Cricket 19h ago

Daily General Discussion and Match Links Thread - December 08, 2021


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This is a daily thread for general cricketing discussion/conversation about all topics that don't need to be posted in their own thread.

This provides a space for things like general team changes/opinions/conversation and other frequently-asked questions or commonly-posted subjects.

r/Cricket 19h ago

Classic Matches Wednesday


This is a weekly thread for discussing historical 'classic matches' in all cricket formats. Nominate a classic/historical match as a parent comment and discuss the match in the replies. Try to include scoreboard and highlights links if you can.

As a prompt, what are some famous previous meetings between teams playing current series?

r/Cricket 7h ago

BCCI: The All-India Senior Selection Committee also decided to name Mr Rohit Sharma as the Captain of the ODI & T20I teams going forward.

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r/Cricket 5h ago

As India’s ODI captain

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r/Cricket 16h ago

Bad Title Watching the murder of the English from work

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r/Cricket 16h ago

Pat Cummins gets a fifer on his Test Captain debut

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r/Cricket 8h ago

Pakistan are the first team in Test history to declare their first innings at 300 or less, bowl the opposition out & enforce the follow-on, and win by an innings.

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r/Cricket 6h ago

Leading Run-scorers in Test in 2021. Pujara tops the chart from WI. #7Cricket

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r/Cricket 12h ago

First delivery hawk-eye

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r/Cricket 4h ago

Players to take a 5fer on their first day as Test Captain.

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r/Cricket 4h ago

Shane Warne


As an Australian I am extremely embarrassed to have Shane Warne represent us as an international commentator. Yes from now and then he gives the audience an amazing insight into the game with his knowledge and experience. But 95% of the time he goes for purposely controversial and clickbaity anecdotes, often trying to create a headline out of nothing. Leading up to this Ashes series he's been head-hunting Mitch Starc obsessively. Questioning his position in the team and his ability to perform at the top level. That all came crashing down this morning as Starc rocketed the ball into Burns' leg stump. That should've been it from warnie but instead he tries to downplay the delivery for the ensuing 10 minutes, first trying to claim the ball didn't swing late, that it was a poor delivery and that it didn't deserve a wicket, with each of these points being met with disagreement from his fellow commentator's.

This man was magical to watch play and I am so glad I got to see him play as it was one of the reasons I fell in love with the game. It's such a shame at who he is now as a has been who tries to stay relevent by making headlines where they aren't any to keep his name in the spotlight. And it sucks as an Aussie that he represents us like that

r/Cricket 7h ago

Indian Test Squad for South Africa tour of 3 match Test Series

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r/Cricket 3h ago

Virat Kohli refuses to step down, BCCI cracks whip, opts for proven leader in Rohit Sharma

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r/Cricket 15h ago

Nothing better signifies the Aussie summer. God I love cricket

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r/Cricket 9h ago

Updated WTC Standings after Pak-Ban 2nd Test

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r/Cricket 10h ago

Sajid Khan gets 10-fer in the second test match against Bangladesh

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r/Cricket 6h ago

Athar's commentary during the BanVSPak series.


It had to be the most biased and awful commentary in the history of cricket. When Bangladesh bats, he only talks about the batters, and ignores the bowler and the fielders. When bangladesh bowls, he talks about the bowlers and fielders and completely ignores the batters. There was in this post in this sub where a clip was shown where Mushy got rekt by a bouncer, but Athar praised it as a "wonderful defense". Pakistanis were so pissed of at Athar that one of them told me that "Athar" has become and adjective for bad commentary.

r/Cricket 22h ago

Match Thread Match Thread: 1st Test - Australia vs England, Day 1


1st Test, The Ashes at Brisbane

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Innings Score
England 147 (Ov 50.1)

Batter Runs Balls SR
Jack Leach* 2 7 28.57
Bowler Overs Runs Wickets
Pat Cummins 13.1 38 5
Nathan Lyon 9 21 0
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Day 1 - England chose to bat.

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r/Cricket 14h ago



First Innings,

England: 147 All Out, Jos Buttler 39, Pat Cummins 13.1-3-38-5.

r/Cricket 8h ago

Men’s test allrounder rankings

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r/Cricket 18h ago

4 ducks in his last 8 test innings against Australia

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r/Cricket 10h ago

Babar has taken his first wicket in his first over today. Joe Root you have competition.

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r/Cricket 10h ago

Post Match Thread: Pakistan vs Bangladesh, Day 5


2nd Test, Pakistan tour of Bangladesh at Dhaka

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Innings Score
Pakistan 300/4 (Ov 98.3)
Bangladesh 87 (Ov 32)
Bangladesh 205 (Ov 84.4)

Innings: 1 - Pakistan

Batter Runs Bowler Wickets
Babar Azam 76 (126) Taijul Islam 25-6-73-2
Azhar Ali 56 (144) Khaled Ahmed 17.3-5-49-1

Innings: 2 - Bangladesh

Batter Runs Bowler Wickets
Shakib Al Hasan 33 (54) Sajid Khan 15-4-42-8
Najmul Hossain Shanto 30 (50) Shaheen Shah Afridi 4-3-3-1

Innings: 3 - Bangladesh

Batter Runs Bowler Wickets
Shakib Al Hasan 63 (130) Sajid Khan 32.4-8-86-4
Mushfiqur Rahim 48 (136) Shaheen Shah Afridi 15-5-31-2

Pakistan won by an innings and 8 runs

Babar Azam: "Definitely [enjoying my bowling]. I had a feeling I should have a bowl here, and I ended up getting my first wicket. The way our batsmen played, the openers, the middle order, and even though we lost time to rain, our mindset was to dominate, and the way Sajid bowled, that brought us into the game and gave us momentum. The fast bowlers did very well, and Alhamdulillah we won the match. The groundstaff prepared the wicket very well and covered the ground and ensured we got enough time for the result, I really appreciate their efforts. We always get confidence from victories, and these are crucial points. We always enter the ground with the mindset to win matches, and it wasn't just about one or two players, it was the effort of all the boys."

Abid Ali, the player of the series: "This wasn't a batting track, ball was turning, both here and in the last match. Our target was to play positively and play to win. All the senior players and staff backed the players. Our effort is to play with positive body language through this World Test Championship. I got a lot of confidence from my last domestic season, and I brought that here."

Sajid Khan, the player of the match: "The captain, vice-captain and the team trusted me, and Allah gave me this success. The plan was to go for the win, and we tried to keep it tight and bowl on one spot. The entire team gets credit for their effort."

Mominul Haque: "We had an opportunity to do better than the first innings today, and we had some very promising performances from Shakib, Liton and Mushfiq, but in the end we could not complete the job. If you've lost the first 2-3 wickets, it's very difficult to get back in the game. We have a lot of work to do at No. 1, 2, 3 and 4. Liton played very well in Chittagong and here, hope he can continue that performance."

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r/Cricket 9h ago

India tour of South Africa: Dravid brings back another Kumble era policy, ‘All players must play domestic to be eligible for selection’

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r/Cricket 21h ago

Australia v England - Ashes Test day 1 starting shortly.

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r/Cricket 4h ago

Odisha upsets Andhra.


I know this will get lost and it doesn't matter to many people but today Odisha with not a single big name player handsomely defeated a strong Andhra side which had Ambati Rayudu, KS Bharat, Ricky Bhui etc. The only big name in Odisha camp: Coach Wasim Jaffer. #VijayHazareTrophy

r/Cricket 16h ago

Sajid Khan picks up 8-42 as Bangladesh collapses for 87

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